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Grateful DeadGrateful Dead Live at Shoreline Amphitheatre on 1987-10-03 (October 3, 1987)

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Collection: GratefulDead
Band/Artist: Grateful Dead
Date: October 3, 1987 (check for other copies)
Venue: Shoreline Amphitheatre
Location: Mountain View, CA

Source: SBD -> Cassette Master (Maxell MX90) D
Lineage: Cassette Master (Tascam 122mkII) -> Apogee MiniMe (24bit/48k) ->
Transferred by: Charlie Miller
Keywords: Soundboard; Charlie Miller; Joani Walker; Paul Scotton


Description

Set 1:
d1t01 - Tuning
d1t02 - Hey Pocky Way
d1t03 - New Minglewood Blues
d1t04 - Candyman
d1t05 - Addams Family Tuning
d1t06 - When I Paint My Masterpiece
d1t07 - West L.A. Fadeaway
d1t08 - My Brother Esau
d1t09 - Bird Song
d1t10 - The Music Never Stopped

Set 2:
d2t01 - Maggie's Farm ->
d2t02 - Cumberland Blues ->
d2t03 - Looks Like Rain ->
d2t04 - Terrapin Station ->
d2t05 - Drums ->
d2t06 - Space ->
d2t07 - The Other One ->
d2t08 - Stella Blue ->
d2t09 - Throwing Stones ->
d2t10 - Turn On Your Lovelight

Encore:
d1t11 - Crowd/Tuning
d1t12 - The Mighty Quinn (Quinn The Eskimo)

Notes

Patch Info:
Audience recording supplied by David Minches supplies:
Space (0:22 - 0:38)
Notes:

-- Encore moved to end of 1st Set to fit show onto 2 discs
-- Set 2 and Encore can be re-joined seamlessly
-- Lovelight tease after Stella Blue
-- Thanks to Paul Scotton and Joani Walker for the tapes

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Reviewer: dr. flashback - 4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars - February 22, 2012
Subject: Top Ten for 1987 !!
Another show in my intrepid quest to find the 10 best shows in 1987, all for you, the 1987 virgin who might decide to trip over into post-77 territory. And my, does this Miller remaster sound incredible!
The Dead return to the west coast after a long emotional year, when everybody was waiting to see if Garcia could still play. By now, all doubts were dispersed and the ship was full sail back in CA waters.
Pocky Way and Minglewood kick things off in a lively mood, with some hot guitar. Candyman features a stellar vocal from Jerry, and some tripped out bubbly guitar playing.
Song lists are a big part of my selection process.
This show has it in spades - no bad Brent songs, no bad Bobby slide playing. The first set is notably strong - the highlight being the wonderful Bird Song.
This is a Dylan show, with Masterpiece, Maggie's Farm and Quinn giving us a triple hit. And the other highlights tonight are all 70's era songs -
Bird Song, Music, Terrapin, Cumberland, Other One and Stella Blue. So even if you think you don't like the 80's, this show could change your mind.
West L.A. continues the upbeat feel, Jerry's solo is crunchy deluxe.
Bird Song has some of the old magic. Jerry leaps and soars and Brent is right there too, although a bit too loud in the mix. At about 7:00 things really get cooking, with Jerry throwing off waves of fuzzed chords and colors. And no better way to end this uptempo set than with Music, which ends in a blazing finale.
Maggie's Farm is a welcome surprise, as Brent plays with a violin sample on his keyboard. The drummers really put the throttle down, and Jerry gives all the twang he can muster. Too bad Phil doesn't take a verse. The segue into Cumberland is perfectly logical, yet still amazes the crowd and is part of what makes this show special. They'll do this pair again on 11/14.
LL Rain sort of leaves us on a plateau, before the train comes by for Terrapin. Jerry nails it with both guitar and voice. The jam section is focused and magical, with an emotional roller coaster of dynamics. Brent's mellotron type of sound is interesting here. Then Jerry really rocks it out to the ending, splitting atoms as he plays.
Space starts playing with the Other One riff almost immediately, and I'm sure the quick of mind in the crowd caught on. Phil, Bob and Jerry all weave fast spirals of notes around the theme, like a Bach fugue coming unraveled. They float temporarily into the Twilight Zone echo world before they all get on the same page - the Other One!! Which is really a seamless continuation of Space, in effect. A too short version, but still Jerry doesn't waste a second. Wail is the operative word here. And Phil is just everywhere.
A satisfying version that gently lowers us into an enchanting Stella Blue. Again, Garcia's voice is in great shape. Dust off those rusty strings indeed. And what an inspired solo! Jeeez, what power.
There's nothing you can hold for very long - except this wonderful music, which lives forever.
Get this show folks, you won't be sorry. Exceptional playing, a classic.

cheers,
Dr. Flashback :-)

Reviewer: crossthreaded - 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars - February 26, 2011
Subject: mislabled tracks
maggies farm is quinn, cumberland is maggies farm, at least during my playback

good sounding recording though

Reviewer: utopian - 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars - March 16, 2010
Subject: Beautiful hey pockey way
Just watched the filler vid from view from the vault. Jerry turns to Brent and let's fly with a beautiful jam. I just love that song.

This show has always been high in the rotation. There were so many strong shows in 87.

Peace

Reviewer: darazn1 - 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars - June 19, 2008
Subject: One of My First Tapes
The second set begins on track 13 here.

Maggie's>Cumberland, Looks Like Rain, Terrapin>drums.....

There is so much good stuff here. Maggie's Cumberland is fun as hell. Jerry's solo in Looks Like Rain opened me up to a greater appreciation of the music. Drumz is some kind of adventure, with the typical '87 samples composed to perfection.

The Stella Blue sealed the deal. A perfect rendition, and I believe you can find the video of that at youtube.